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This week the hosts look at research that shows less than five hours' sleep at night is linked to higher risk of multiple diseases, and they discuss why eating late increases hunger and decreases calories burned. Plus, they share a delicious recipe for Broccoli cheddar chicken & rice casserole.
This week the hosts look at research that shows less than five hours' sleep at night is linked to higher risk of multiple diseases, and they discuss why eating late increases hunger and decreases calories burned. Plus, they share a delicious recipe for Broccoli cheddar chicken & rice casserole.
Does your baby have gas?Is it dairy? Broccoli? Bottles? What the heck is causing it anyway?Tune in and learn more about gas and what is (or what is NOT) causing it.If you are a new listener, we would love to hear from you. Please consider leaving us a review on itunes or sending us an email with your suggestions and comments to email@example.com. You can also add your email to our list and have episodes sent right to your inbox! Things we talked about:Discussion about extended feeding [3.00]Is gas due to allergy? [8:33]Why babies get gas [10:28]Bottles/gas [13:02]Infant behaviors or gas? [19:35]Gassy foods [22:50]Oversupply [26:32]Position change [27:45]Other foods besides breastmilk [31:53]Gas drops? [33:55]This week's episode is brought to you by Ceres Chill! Ceres Chill offers guaranteed convenience with their double walled stainless steel container for breastmilk or formula. Use code BADASS15 for 15% off at www.cereschill.com.Links to information we discussed or episodes you should check out!https://badassbreastfeedingpodcast.com/episode/breastfeeding-and-diet/ https://badassbreastfeedingpodcast.com/episode/conflicting-information/Set up your consultation with Diannehttps://badassbreastfeedingpodcast.com/consultations/ Best Breastfeeding Book!!https://www.amazon.com/THIS-BOOK-SUCKS-feeding-shouldnt/dp/B0B3P275JP/ref=asc_df_B0B3P275JP/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=598244024349&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=2460593586258417532&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9005669&hvtargid=pla-1678086109866&psc=1Check out Dianne's blog here~https://diannecassidyconsulting.com/milklytheblog/Follow our Podcast~https://badassbreastfeedingpodcast.comHere is how you can connect with Dianne and Abby~Abby Theuring https://www.thebadassbreastfeeder.comDianne Cassidy http://www.diannecassidyconsulting.com Music we use~Music: "Levels of Greatness" from "We Used to Paint Stars in the Sky (2012)" courtesy of Scott Holmes at freemusicarchive.org/music/Scott Holmes
Videos: Michael Moore ‘Optimistic' About Democratic Midterm Chances Because He Doesn't ‘Live in a Bubble' and Millions of Americans Aren't ‘Very Bright' (3:05) Dem Party Turns On Anti-War Democratic Primary Winner (2:16 to 5:28) Society is going to COLLAPSE -Neil Oliver ( 5:24) Fear Psychosis and the Cult of Safety – Why are People so Afraid? – Academy of Ideas (13:25) Study reveals the powerful pain-relieving properties of ashwagandha Nizam Institute of Medical Science (India), October 30, 2022 People experiencing knee joint pain and discomfort, particularly those with knee osteoarthritis, may find relief in an Ayurvedic medicine called ashwagandha(Withania somnifera). A study published in the Journal of Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine found that the root and leaf extracts of ashwagandha relieve knee pain and discomfort caused by osteoarthritis. In the search for safe and effective natural pain relief treatments, researchers from Nizam's Institute of Medical Sciences (NIMS) evaluated the efficacy and safety of the root and leaf extracts of ashwagandha in patients with knee joint pain and discomfort. Ashwagandha is known to contain analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and chondroprotective properties. In the study, the researchers recruited 60 patients with knee joint pain and discomfort. These participants received placebo capsules, 125 milligrams (mg) of ashwagandha extract, or 250 mg of ashwagandha extract twice a day for 12 weeks. The results revealed that participants who received doses of ashwagandha extracts experienced great reductions in pain, stiffness, and disability. Those who received the higher dose of ashwagandha, which was 250 mg, experienced even greater and faster effects than those who received the 125 mg dose. In addition, the ashwagandha treatment did not cause any side effect. Overall, both doses of ashwagandha extract caused significant reductions in pain, stiffness, and disability of patients in a dose-dependent manner without causing any side effect.Ashwagandha Root Supports Thyroid Hormone Levels Sudbhawana Hospital (India), October 31, 2022 Eight weeks of supplementation with Ashwagandha root extract were associated with normalization of the thyroid stimulating hormones (TSH), serum thyroxine (T4) and serum triiodothyronine (T3) in people with elevated TSH levels. “The results of the present study are in accordance with previous studies,” wrote the researchers in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. “The results indicate a possible role for ashwagandha in regulating HPT axis. The anti-stress and cortisol-lowering effect of ashwagandha may provide a suitable explanation for the current outcome.” Ashwagandha has been used traditionally as an adaptogen to rejuvenate health, maintain homeostasis, sustain normal thyroid function and maintain hormonal balance in human body. However, very few modern published papers have reported ashwagandha's beneficial effects on thyroid function. This is the first clinical study that supports the traditional claim of ashwagandha as a thyroid modulator. The new double blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study involved 50 people with elevated TSH levels. So called subclinical hypothyroidism is described as a thyroid disorder with no obvious symptoms of thyroid deficiency. Participants were randomly assigned to receive either ashwagandha supplements (600mg daily) or placebo for eight weeks. Results showed that ashwagandha significantly improved serum TSH, serum T4 and serum T3 levels, achieving change toward normalization of 19%, 45% and 21% respectively. “The outcome of the present study highlights the beneficial role of ashwagandha root extract for normalizing thyroid hormone levels in subclinical hypothyroid patients; however, further studies are required to elucidate the underlying mechanisms of ashwagandha,” concluded the researchers. Enzyme in Broccoli, Cucumbers and Avocados Reverses Aging In Cells Washington University School of Medicine, October 31, 2022 Researchers have zeroed in on an enzyme — found in natural foods like broccoli and cucumbers — that can slow the chronic conditions that come with age. Scientists at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have shown that supplementing healthy mice with a natural compound called NMN can compensate for this loss of energy production, reducing typical signs of aging such as gradual weight gain, loss of insulin sensitivity and declines in physical activity. The compound, called nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN), is involved in producing another compound that is critical for energy metabolism. When they gave normal aging mice infusions of NMN, they made more of that energy-fueling compound and some of the biological problems associated with aging went away. The NMN-treated animals did not gain as much weight, they were able to convert food into energy more efficiently, their blood sugar was better–even their eyesight improved. The mice receiving NMN were also able to prevent some of the genetic changes associated with aging. “We have shown a way to slow the physiologic decline that we see in aging mice,” said Shin-ichiro Imai, MD, PhD, a professor of developmental biology and of medicine. “This means older mice have metabolism and energy levels resembling that of younger mice. Since human cells rely on this same energy production process, we are hopeful this will translate into a method to help people remain healthier as they age.” With age, the body loses its capacity to make a key element of energy production called NAD (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide). Past work by Imai and co-senior author Jun Yoshino, MD, PhD, an assistant professor of medicine, has shown that NAD levels decrease in multiple tissues as mice age. Past research also has shown that NAD is not effective when given directly to mice so the researchers sought an indirect method to boost its levels. To do so, they only had to look one step earlier in the NAD supply chain to the NMN compound. “It's clear that in humans and in rodents, we lose energy with age,” says Imai. “We are losing the enzyme NMN. But if we can bypass that process by adding NMN, we can make energy again. These results provide a very important foundation for the human studies.” “Even though NAD synthesis was stopped only in the fat tissue, we saw metabolic dysfunction throughout the body, including the skeletal muscle, the heart muscle, the liver and in measures of the blood lipids,” Yoshino said. “When we gave NMN to these mice, these dysfunctions were reversed. That means NAD in adipose tissue is a critical regulator of whole body metabolism.” Meta-analysis of the efficacy of acupuncture in the treatment of the vascular cognitive impairment associated with cerebral small vessel disease Guangzhou Medical University (China), November 5, 2022 To systematically evaluate the efficacy and safety of acupuncture in the treatment of the vascular cognitive impairment (VCI) associated with cerebral small vessel disease (CSVD–VCI) and to provide a theoretical basis for clinical acupuncture treatment for CSVD–VCI. Ten articles on RCTs were included, involving 761 patients, i.e., 381 in the acupuncture group and 380 in the control group. The meta-analysis results indicated that the use of acupuncture alone and acupuncture alongside other therapies for CSVD–VCI could improve the overall clinical response rate, increase the patients' Montreal Cognitive Assessment scores, and activities of daily living scores. Conclusion: Acupuncture alone and acupuncture alongside other therapies are superior to non-acupuncture-based therapies in the treatment of CSVD–VCI. However, due to the small number of relevant available articles and their general low quality, this conclusion may be biased. More clinical RCTs with a larger sample size and higher quality are needed to support this theory. Kids with vitamin D deficiency more likely to develop asthma: 10-year study Telethon Kids Institute (Australia), November 1, 2022 The findings, published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, showed repeated bouts of vitamin D deficiency in early childhood were linked to higher rates of asthma at aged 10, as well as allergy and eczema. The study also found that allergic immune responses were more common in children with low vitamin D in the first few years, while children with vitamin D deficiency at 6 months of age were more likely to experience two conditions previously associated with heightened asthma risk: increased colonisation of the upper airways by harmful bacteria and increased susceptibility to severe lower respiratory infections involving fever. “We know vitamin D plays an important role in regulating the immune system and promoting healthy lung development…But while it has been suggested that inadequate vitamin D may be a factor contributing to the surge in asthma rates over recent decades, previous studies investigating the relationship have yielded conflicting results. There has been a lack of research looking at whether vitamin D deficiency is more detrimental at certain periods in childhood.” The study tracked vitamin D levels from birth to asthma onset, and it had shown a clear link between prolonged vitamin D deficiency in early childhood and the development of asthma. The paper states that the children were assessed at birth and at clinical follow-ups at the ages of 0.5, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 10 years, and relationships with clinical outcomes were examined. “Vitamin D deficiency in early childhood is associated with increased risk for persistent asthma, potentially through modulating susceptibility to early allergic sensitization, upper respiratory tract colonization with bacterial pathogens, or both. These relationships are only evident if vitamin D status is monitored prospectively and longitudinally,” the study concluded. “Australia is one of the few developed countries that does not fortify its food supply with Vitamin D and therefore it may not be a coincidence that we have the highest rates of allergic disease, including food allergies, in the developed world. We believe that Vitamin D supplementation trials in infancy are essential to answer this important public health question,” she said. Boost Memory, Regenerate Neurons with This Ancient Plant GreenMedInfo, November 1st 2022 Considering the fact that gingko biloba is the oldest known tree in existence (deemed for this reason a “living fossil“), isn't it poetic how this plant has also been used to promote long life as both a food and medicine in traditional cultures as well? A 2006 paper published in the European Journal of Neurology described a 24-week randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind study showing an extract of this plant was as clinically effective as the blockbuster donepezil for mild-to-moderate Alzheimer's disease You will find gingko has been studied to have value in over 100 different diseases, and has been identified to have at least 50 distinct beneficial physiological actions. Isn't this amazing? It has been known that gingko can stimulate brain-derived neutrophic factor (BDNF), a protein found in the brain and in the peripheral nervous system which is essential in the regulation, growth and survival of brain cells, and which is especially important for long-term memory. The ability to increase BDNF, therefore, implies it will improve brain and cognitive function. Only recently a new mechanism behind gingko biloba's brain and neurological tissue healing properties been revealed in the publication of an article in Cell and Molecular Neurobiology titled, “Ginkgo Biloba Extract Enhances Differentiation and Performance of Neural Stem Cells in Mouse Cochlea.” In the new study researchers tested the premise that ginkgo biloba's wide range of benefits in the treatment of neural damage and disorders is due, in part, to its ability to positively modulate neural stem cells (NSC), a subpopulation of cells within the brain that as multipotent cells are capable of generating the many different types (phenotypes) of cells that make up the brain. Their results, using mouse cochlea-derived neural stem cells, showed a number of ways that gingko biloba exact (GBE) resulted in a beneficial effect: “Our data showed that GBE treatment promotes cell survival and NSC proliferation. In addition, GBE treatment also increases NSC differentiation to neurons and enhances the performance of mature neural networks evident by the increased frequency of calcium oscillation. Moreover, neurite outgrowth is also dramatically increased upon GBE treatment. Overall, our study demonstrates the positive regulatory role of GBE in NSC proliferation and differentiation into functional neurons in vitro, supporting the potential therapeutic use of GBE in hearing loss recovery.” It is noted that neural stem cell stimulation and subsequent brain repair has also been observed in preclinical research with a little known component of turmeric known as ar-turmerone, which is found in whole turmeric but not in the increasingly popular 95% standardized curcumin extracts of turmeric.
We are less than 24 hours away from Election Day 2022, and in today's episode, we get the good fortune of talking with one of C&IS' many political communication scholars--Dr. Josh Bramlett, an assistant professor in the Department of Advertising and Public Relations. It seems like during any election year, we are faced with political ads, negative attack ads, and everything in between from about August until Election Day, and as we learn from Josh, as annoying as it may be for some, others actually believe they are effective. You'll have to tune in to find out if research supports that notion! What Josh studies are the outcomes of political advertising and and the influences of political advertising, and keep in mind, the way we all get our news and information is from a variety of platforms--actual newspapers (but maybe digital versions), radio, television news, social media and platforms like TikTok, so if you were to be a politician, how would you know where to direct your messaging? This is a part of what Josh studies and he tells us all about it, along with things like the normative outcomes of political advertising--things like a lack of trust in the government. But, today's conversation isn't all about politics! We won't have too much of a spoiler here, but Josh did say that Jurassic Park inspired what he wanted to be as a young child. Can you guess? Even better--his recommendations are what to watch, what to read, and the reality program he'd like to be on may just surprise you. Today's conversation is SO MUCH FUN, and you definitely don't want to miss it! To check out one of his recent publications, click on this link: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/01463373.2021.1944889?casa_token=Yz_vM-eo8joAAAAA%3AmuhdRWc1I2ZfjbIhXI68sTAB1TAMoHYlhZlIeApBKeMQGj2JkHoYfQLsusohWwBv1x1je7XL4NdN To follow Josh on Twitter: @SonofConway To follow us on Twitter: @ICIRAlabama
Hi friends! Today I'm reading part of Chapter 1 from my memoir, "The Bible, Your Bod & Broccoli". I talk about today: - When boys have called me fat - How to re-frame fat as not being an awful adjective - Body shaming can happen to all body types - What is Fat Phobia - What I wish I could tell my younger self after boys called her fat - Why you can't tell if someone is healthy by simply looking at their size - Why I don't comment on people's weight loss anymore ** Buy my memoir here Connect with Nyla: Website IG Nyla's Christian Business Podcast "Her Holy Hustle" Book a Free Inquiry Call Buy Nyla's Books Nyla's Virtual Assistant Services Join Nyla's Email List
Behind The Veil - Holiday EtiquetteThe holidays are fast approaching and there is a plethora of opportunities to step in it, so to speak. Thanksgiving alone has a million landmines to avoid. This is followed closely by the December holidays that finally come to end New Year's Eve. This time presents a lot of opportunities for family to push buttons, that they took years to install, and they will be pushed. So how do you prepare yourself? What is considered proper and when is it ok to say, "no thank you"?This week's guests is Lizzie Post, the great granddaughter of the OG of Etiquette, Emily Post. She is also Co-author of Emily Post's Etiquette 20th edition as well as Higher Etiquette, A guide to the World of Cannabis, and Emily Post's Wedding Etiquette 6th edition. She and her cousin Daniel Post Senning are co-presidents of the Emily Post Institute as well as co-hosts of the weekly podcast, Awesome Etiquette, where they answer listener questions, and explore the topic of etiquette through the lens of consideration, respect, and honesty. Lizzie is the Institute's main writer, she also does speaking engagements across the country sharing consideration based advice on cannabis, wedding, business and general etiquette topics. She has worked as a spokesperson for companies including Marshalls, Bank of America, American Express Platinum, Air BnB, and Genentech. She has held columns with Women's Running, Broccoli, Farmhouse and Good Housekeeping magazines as well as Houzz.com. Lizzie offers a fresh, relatable, perspective with an engaging voice. She delights in tackling what many think are taboo topics in etiquette, making her a popular source. Her interviews include NPR's 1A and Here and Now, NBC's The Today Show, Good Morning America, Katie, Fox & Friends, Live with Kelly and Michael, The Gayle King Show, The Wendy Williams Show, Slate, Vanity Fair, Time Magazine, The New York Times, New York Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, The Chicago Tribune, Harper's Bazaar, Travel& Leisure, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, The Huffington Post and moreTo chime in during the live show, make a comment on our YouTube Chanel. We will be able to pull it up on screen. The Behind The Veil Podcast Version is available after 5:00pm EST on most major podcast players including iTunes, iHeart Radio, Spotify, Amazon Music, and Google Podcasts.For a hands-free experience, ask Alexa to play the latest podcast episode of Behind The Veil with Keith Willard. The BEHIND THE VEIL Show is the winner of the 2021 and 2022 Telly Award for best online unscripted series, and the NACE One Award for Innovator of The Year.Interested in sponsoring future episodes of Behind The Veil? Email the host at firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the showBehind The Veil Crew:Host: Keith Willard www.keithwillardevents.com www.instagram.com/keithwillard Co- Host: Marci Guttenberg www.anaffairtorememberbymarci.com www.instagram.com/anaffairtorememberbymarci
(S7 E21) It's that time of the year! Not the holidays, but time to review the role carbohydrates play in our diet. Kate and Rick discuss this important nutrient, and explain why being conscious of its intake can lead to a healthier lifestyle and long-term wellbeing. They review what exactly carbs are and where they lurk, differentiate the "good" carbs from the "bad" carbs, and most importantly, offer tips and techniques for how to reduce and replace them. Also, net carbs are all the rage now-a-days, so it's time to get clear on what they are and how to calculate them. Two great recipes make it to the podcast this episode: a broccoli cheese soup and tarator soup - and yes, you will have to tune in to find out what that is. . . . . . . . You Won't Believe What I Ate Last Night is the ongoing conversation by Kate DeVore and Rick Fiori about their endeavor to be and stay healthy in a really tasty world with kindness and compassion towards themselves and others. Perfect if you are interested in: food, eating, diet, weight loss, weight management, health, fitness, compassion, kindness, meditation, mindfulness, humor, comedy, friendship, weight gain, foodie, podcasts, healthy eating.
A chat with Christy Wilhelmi. In This Garden Chat: Now is the perfect time to get a 'kick in the pants' on starting back into our fall gardening. Christy Wilhelmi, frequent Urban Farm Podcast guest and author of Garden Variety, joins us for this month's Garden Chat to help dig into different aspects about one of the best times to garden. She details her garden planning process and tells us what she likes to plant and how she decides when to plant it. Christy also has plenty of tips for taking full advantage of this prime growing season no matter where you live. On the last Tuesday every month we host The Urban Farm Garden Chats where Greg Peterson has a relaxed conversation in a Zoom room with a special guest to cover useful gardening topics, and they answer questions from the live listening audience. To join us for the next event, go to www.GardenChat.org or Click HERE to register for the Monthly Garden Chat with Live Q&A Our Special Guest:Christy Wilhelmi is the founder of Gardenerd, the ultimate resource for garden nerds, where she publishes her newsletters, her popular blog, top-ranked podcasts, and YouTube videos. She also specializes in small-space, organic vegetable garden design, consulting, and classes. Between 70-80 percent of her family's produce comes from her garden of less than 300 square feet. She is author of Gardening for Geeks, 400+ Tips for Organic Gardening Success, Grow Your Own Mini Fruit Garden, and just released in February 2022 is her debut novel Garden Variety (William Morrow/Harper Collins).
Jamie Kingsley (NCREIF and PREA) and Constantin Sorlescu (INREV) join the AFIRE Podcast to discuss how global data standards can improve real estate investing in the future—and how doing the hard-but-necessary work of standardization can improve operations and strategy right now. https://www.afire.org/podcast/202217/ For several years, institutional real estate investors have worked together to create better standards for the industry. How we define things like NOI, ROI, and cap rates matter no matter where in the world an investment is made, and yet different companies and even different people within those companies can often define those terms differently. Getting an industry of entrepreneurs and institutions around the world to agree is not easy and progress can seem glacially slow. But there is value in the journey. Jamie Kingsley, Data Governance and Reporting Standards Director for NCREIF and PREA, and Constantin Sorlescu, Director of Professional Standards for INREV, sat down with AFIRE CEO and podcast host Gunnar Branson in September 2022 to discuss how global data standards could transform real estate for good, and for better.
In this week's episode of the PNW Showdown Podcast, Mikaela and Kate welcome special guest, Seattle sports fan legend, the Broccoli Guy (AKA Jim Stewart Allen)! We talk with Jim about his 18 inning broccoli dance-a-thon for game three of the Mariners faceoff with the Astros in the ALDS! We also discuss the Kraken, Seahawks and OL Reign in the Showdown Lowdown segment. Be sure to tune in and hear our answers to your mailbag questions as well as our special "Marvel Moment" at the very end of the episode.
On this week's trip through the Mind of the Meanie, The Blue Meanie and Adam Barnard talk National Scissoring Day, big wins for the Phillies and the Eagles, and Bray Wyatt's return. All of this, plus #AskMeanie! For more information and exclusive updates, follow Mind of the Meanie on Social Media. www.mindofthemeanie.com www.facebook.com/mindofthemeanie www.twitter.com/mindofthemeanie www.instagram.com/mindofthemeanie BECOME AN OFFICIAL POD SQUAD MEMBER: www.Patreon.com/mindofthemeanie YouTube Meanie Toons About The Blue Meanie: Since 1994, Brian Heffron, known to wrestling fans as "The Blue Meanie", has been one of the most fun loving and mischievous characters in wrestling. He's been in ECW, WWE, various independent wrestling promotions and several independent films. He is perhaps best known for his comedy and wrestling parodies with the bWo, KISS, Col. DeMeanie, Sir Meanie, The Fabulous Ones and BlueDust. Now, he meaniesaults into the world of streaming audio, sharing his experiences in and out of the ring as well as his views on the world of professional wrestling and anything else he is passionate about. About Adam Barnard: Adam Barnard is a photographer, podcaster, and an award winning writer from Downingtown, PA. Since 2019, he has hosted Foundation Radio, a weekly podcast series with new episodes every Tuesday, focusing on in depth conversations and wrestling analysis. Now, Adam brings his unique perspective and incredibly dry sense of humor to Mind of the Meanie each week. Hosted by The Blue Meanie and Adam Barnard Executive Producers: Josh Shernoff, Adam Barnard, and The Blue Meanie Engineer: Carl Pannell Executive Voice: Sam Krepps Intro music: Swamp Candles Outro music: Chikara Original music: Enrichment A Butts Carlton Media/MOTM production, in conjunction with MLW Radio Network.
This week's episode is a replay as my guest for this week has had to postpone (but they'll be on very soon)! I thought I'd continue on the theme of improving your period pain with endo, and wanted to share some of the best foods for lowering inflammation and supporting a healthy cycle. Of course, please avoid the foods that you know you react to and don't tolerate. Every body is different and so just because a food is shown to be anti-inflammatory, that doesn't mean it's right for you. As most of you will know by now, I lean towards making healthy choices to support us with endo all month long, but that doesn't mean that focusing on foods to add in just before our period can't be useful. In fact, if you're struggling with where to get started with endometriosis management, I would start here and with my last episode. As always, these are just options - you don't have to do them all nor do you have to do them exactly as suggested, tweak and tailor to your lifestyle and preferences. If you're triggered by any of this, seek the support of a therapist and dietician/health coach/nutritionist before making further dietary changes. So, here are any foods to to eat before your period to reduce pain with endometriosis: Spinach and other leafy greens such as kale, boy chow, lettuce, rocket, chard and other greens. Add these in for anti-inflammatory nutrients, magnesium iron and fibre. Leafy greens can help to reduce period pain, fatigue, PMS symptoms like bloating and can aid reducing any excess oestrogen. Olive oil and other Vitamin E containing foods such as almonds, olives, avocados, greens and sunflower seeds. Vitamin E has been shown to reduce inflammation in numerous studies, as well as reduce pain with endometriosis and painful periods. Broccoli and other cruciferous veg like kale, cauliflower, asparagus, broccoli sprouts, sprouts and cabbage. These help to reduce oestrogen dominance by supporting the body to remove old oestrogen that needs clearing out and can cause symptoms like clots periods, heavy periods and period pain. Salmon and other sources of omega 3 fats such as mackerel, anchovies, sardines, herring, walnuts and chia seeds. Omega 3 fats help to lower inflammation and have been shown to reduce period pain and in studies on rats, reduce the size of endometriosis lesions. Add no more than two portions of fatty fish a week in addition to walnuts and chia seeds, and be cautious of large fatty fish as these can have a higher mercury content. Tomatoes and other colourful vegetables such as berries, red cabbage, parsnips, peppers, squashed carrots. Studies have shown that people with endometriosis have higher levels of oxidation (which leads to higher levels of inflammation and therefore pain) and that when participants added in a high anti-oxidant diet in the form of extra fruits and vegetables, their oxidation levels lowered. Turmeric and other herbs and spices like cinnamon and ginger. Many herbs and spices are anti-inflammatory, yet turmeric, ginger and cinnamon are particular stand-out stars, with curcumin (the active compound in turmeric) showing promise with endometriosis lesion suppression and ruction in mice, and ginger being an effective pain reliever in people with primary dysmenorrhea. Bonus food! Raw cacao and sugar free dark chocolate. Rich in magnesium, iron and anti-oxidants, raw cacao can help lower inflammation and support energy production, whilst helping us with those sugar cravings! Just be mindful of how much you have as cacao does have a little caffeine. More show notes and links here. Let's get social! Come say hello on Instagram or sign up to my newsletter. This episode is produced by Ora Podcasts. This episode is sponsored by BeYou Cramp Relief Patches. Soothe period cramps the natural way with these 100% natural and discreet menthol and eucalyptus oil stick on patches. Click here to find out more and to shop: https://beyouonline.co.uk/pages/how-it-works
In this episode of the Progressively Incorrect podcast, I talk substitute and supply teaching with Broccoli Guy (real name: Jim Stewart Allen)! Broccoli Guy is a bit of a local celebrity over here in the Pacific Northwest of the United States. Tune in to any of the Seattle sports games, and the probability is high … Continue reading S2E10: Jim “Broccoli Guy” Allen on Substitute Teaching
Can a relationship built on movie-watching survive? Today's show features our Fall Contest First Place winner, Rome, by all means Rome, by Kevin Broccoli. Prose contest judge Katie McDougall said “Rome, by all means Rome, takes the reader into the theater of a failing marriage, characterized by the couple's obsession with the movies. The self-assured voice, artful structure, and robust use of metaphor work in tandem to create a nuanced narrative of the relationship and of the narrator's own sense of self.” Afterward we talk with Kevin about his own experience with relationships and movies, and the inspiration for this story. Kevin also reveals how his background in theater influences his approach to writing. Most importantly, we learn his secret to writing a short story every week. If you'd like to read this story or learn more about Kevin Broccoli, head over to Etched Onyx Magazine at www.onyxpublications.com. All audio, poetry, and story material are copyright 2022, all rights reserved.
For years, as a Biohacker, I've been a voracious consumer of broccoli - the way I do broccoli is awesomely nutritious and delicious. So I was keen to try Sulforaphane, which I heard described as "broccoli in a pill."Do Not Age's research team estimates that SulforaBoost's two-capsule, 400-milligram special formulation equals the Sulforaphane content of two and a half heads of Broccoli.Read Biohacker Review
0:00 Intro 3:35 Saudi Arabia 12:15 Barge Crisis 25:20 Weather Control 31:45 Brighteon.com Update 41:55 Lies & Liars 49:23 Jonathan Rawles of SurvivalRealty.com 1:39:40 Relocation 1:42:27 Europe - River barges are RUNNING DRY due to engineered drought - Farmers forced to dump beans and grains on the side of river - Barges move more grain and coal than any other form of transport - Barge logjams increasing, and barge transport prices are surging - Inflation numbers hit highest in 40 years - Joe Biden "owned" by Broccoli as vegetables show 40% inflation spike - Biden tries to pressure Saudi Arabia, gets cold-cocked with oil reductions - White House officially pursuing geoengineering to dim the sun - Globalists now at war with all THREE components of photosynthesis: Sunlight, CO2 and water - AOC mocked by her own supporters for becoming pro-war shill for the establishment - PayPal has NOT revoked its fining of users for posting "misinformation" - Poland suspends air quality rules so citizens can BURN TRASH for heat - Germany is burning 800 million covid masks for heat - NHS declares it's running out of blood ... just 3 days of blood left - German official claims all who protest energy prices are fascist enemies of state For more updates, visit: http://www.brighteon.com/channel/hrreport NaturalNews videos would not be possible without you, as always we remain passionately dedicated to our mission of educating people all over the world on the subject of natural healing remedies and personal liberty (food freedom, medical freedom, the freedom of speech, etc.). Together, we're helping create a better world, with more honest food labeling, reduced chemical contamination, the avoidance of toxic heavy metals and vastly increased scientific transparency. ▶️ Every dollar you spend at the Health Ranger Store goes toward helping us achieve important science and content goals for humanity: https://www.healthrangerstore.com/ ▶️ Sign Up For Our Newsletter: https://www.naturalnews.com/Readerregistration.html ▶️ Brighteon: https://www.brighteon.com/channels/hrreport ▶️ Join Our Social Network: https://brighteon.social/@HealthRanger ▶️ Check In Stock Products at: https://PrepWithMike.com
Veel planten en organismen, waaronder broccoli, stoten gas uit om van gifstoffen af te komen. Kunnen we die gassen niet gaan zoeken op andere planeten? Vragen onderzoekers zich af. Als we die gassen namelijk in de atmosfeer van een planeet zouden vinden, dan zou dat wel eens een teken van leven op die planeet kunnen zijn. Nou wordt er al langer aan dit idee gewerkt, maar in nieuw onderzoek is geprobeerd te achterhalen naar welke chemische samenstelling het beste gezocht kan worden. Hun oog viel daarbij op broommethaan, een gas dat onder andere door broccoliplanten wordt gemaakt. Dit gas blijft korter in de atmosfeer hangen dan veel andere gassen. Vind je het, dan is de kans volgens de onderzoekers groot dat het niet al te lang geleden door iets is gemaakt. In ons eigen atmosfeer breekt uv-licht het gas snel af en is het moeilijk te detecteren, maar op een andere planeet met minder sterke uv-straling, zou dit makkelijker moeten zijn. De onderzoekers willen nog veel meer van dit soort gassen bestuderen, maar hopen dat dit gas - zodra de telescopen af zijn die het goed kunnen vinden - in ieder geval op het zoeklijstje komt te staan. Lees meer: Broccoli gas: a better way to find life in space.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
From when we first met him while on his way to winning season 4 of “Last Comic Standing” up through his comedy specials, tours and his finish as runner-up last year on “America's Got Talent”, we have been fans of comedian Josh Blue for a long time…and over those years he's also become a great friend.And now he's releasing his comedy special “Broccoli” as a digital album… https://standuprecords.com/products/josh-blue-broccoli-download …and he gave us a call this morning to tell us all about it!
Our cucumbers and zucchini have overtaken the entire raised garden bed and are shading out all the other plants that are trying to grow! Never thought about that happening. Looks, too like the cukes have flowered and bloomed! Do the edible veggies come next? Now, I'll now for the next planting session. Veggie pod two is still in early growth stages! Peppers, Red Cabbage, Broccoli, Cauliflower, and various lettuces. The Music Authority LIVE STREAM Show & Podcast...listen, like, comment, download, share, repeat…heard daily on Podchaser, Deezer, Amazon Music, Audible, Listen Notes, Google Podcast Manager, Mixcloud, Player FM, Stitcher, Tune In, Podcast Addict, Cast Box, Radio Public, and Pocket Cast, and APPLE iTunes! Follow the show on TWITTER JimPrell@TMusicAuthority! Please, are you listening? Please, are you sharing the show & podcast? Please, has a show & podcast mention been placed into your social media? How does and can one listen in? Let me list the ways...*Listen LIVE here - https://fastcast4u.com/player/jamprell/ *Podcast - https://themusicauthority.transistor.fm/ The Music Authority LIVE STREAM Show & Podcast! Special Recorded Network Shows, too! Different than my daily show! *Radio Candy Radio Monday Wednesday, & Friday 7PM ET, 4PM PT*Rockin' The KOR Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 7PM UK time, 2PM ET, 11AM PT www.koradio.rocks*Pop Radio UK Friday, Saturday, & Sunday 6PM UK, 1PM ET, 10AM PT! October 12, 2022, Wednesday, lane two…Lifters - Are You Ready For The Good LifeKissing The Flint - 100 or Less@The re-Used Electrics - 16 You Can't Put Your Arms Around A Memory [SpyderPop Records Starter Pack] (Big Stir Records) (SpyderPop Records)Little Billy Lost - Whiskey PointeThe Penetrators - Time Is Mine (Code213 Records)@Max Stern - 07 Pull the Stars Down [Impossible Sum]The Legal Matters - 25 Don't Look Back [This Is Rock N Roll Radio With Dana And Carl Vol 4] (koolkatmusik.com) (Futureman Records)Pezband - 02 Waiting in Line [Women & Politics]The Liquorice Experiment- Novice Pretender (State Records)Holly & the Italians - Just Like Me [Holly Beth Vincent]Rich Kid Express - 02_Cross The Line [Psychodelic]Ward White - 10 You Gotta Have a System [Leonard at the Audit]Gretchen's Wheel - Tears [Happy Holidays 2021 From Futureman Records]The Speedways - 01 - Shoulda' Known (Beluga Records)@Jane Aire & The Belvederes - Take It To The Next WaveThe Cleaners from Venus - Wake Up And DreamCheap Trick – LookoutEytan Mirsky - 08 Lingerie Pillow Fight [If Not Now...Later]Orbis 2.0 With Martin Holt & Tim Izzard Music - Infatuated With Your Love
Ever wondered what fruits and veggies are at their peak, in the fall season? I've compiled a list for you, along with some information about them and ways you might eat them! Recipes: Apple Crisp: https://youtu.be/kAB3OHpQY3U Hummus: https://youtu.be/D5AGPG3MGGI Mushroom Stroganoff: https://damndelicious.net/2019/02/06/creamy-mushroom-stroganoff/ Crockpot Beef and Broccoli: https://youtu.be/sJoYXz_qdRw Cranberry Sauce: https://youtu.be/odhKZ1fmpak Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies: https://youtu.be/rDU6dvVzfyI Pumpkin Bread: https://youtu.be/ynq8OQicW1A Mashed Potatoes: https://youtu.be/8g2V1Dou6Yc Baked Potato Wedges/Fries: https://youtu.be/Ur-S2LqsUq4 Sources: https://thrivemarket.com/blog/what-produce-is-in-season https://www.thespruceeats.com/fall-fruits-and-vegetables-2217704 https://www.inthekitchenwithmatt.com/quince-fruit-how-to-eat-it https://www.delish.com/food/a28072385/best-fall-fruits-vegetables/ https://camillestyles.com/food/what-fruits-and-vegetables-are-in-season-in-fall/ https://snaped.fns.usda.gov/seasonal-produce-guide Socials: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_recipeswithrae/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/_recipeswithrae-104413935508894/ TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZTdb2PwF6/ Scripture: Isaiah 53: 3-6 "He was despised and rejected— a man of sorrows, acquainted with deepest grief. We turned our backs on him and looked the other way. He was despised, and we did not care. Yet it was our weaknesses he carried; it was our sorrows that weighed him down. And we thought his troubles were a punishment from God, a punishment for his own sins! But he was pierced for our rebellion, crushed for our sins. He was beaten so we could be whole. He was whipped so we could be healed. All of us, like sheep, have strayed away. We have left God's paths to follow our own. Yet the Lord laid on him the sins of us all." Stock Music provided by JK_Production, from Pond5 ("Happy Acoustic Swing")
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The guys discuss the release of the C8 Corvette Z06 and Maserati GranTurismo. For Topic Tuesday, they're asked if innovation is killing car enthusiasm? Then, the debate is for Ryan R., who asks what comes next after a hot hatch. Social media questions ask what's the least amount of torque that will push you back, is a Z more fun than a Cayman, and are you a real enthusiast if you happen to like automatic transmissions? Seasons 1-11 are available on Amazon Prime and Vimeo worldwide. Please rate and review us on iTunes, and the TV show on IMDB and Amazon. Write to us with your Car Debates, Car Conclusions, and Topic Tuesdays at email@example.com or everydaydriver.com. Share the podcast with your car enthusiast friends!
S6 Ep33 MILDEW MAGAZINE: editor Ellen Freeman, on creating a print magazine about secondhand fashion - on her background with indie magazines, and why she decided to start one about vintage fashion! JOIN OUR PATREON COMMUNITY: https://www.patreon.com/prelovedpod Listen and subscribe on: iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher | Google Play | or wherever you get your podcasts! Please rate & review the show so more vintage lovers find this community. Pre-Loved Podcast is a weekly interview show about rad vintage style with guests you'll want to go thrifting with. Find the show at @emilymstochl on Instagram and @PreLovedPod on Twitter. Pre-Loved Podcast: Mildew Magazine Alright, let's talk about today's show -- can't wait for you to hear it! Today, I'm joined by Ellen, the founder and editor in chief of Mildew Magazine, a brand new print magazine about vintage and secondhand fashion! For several years, Ellen has been the deputy editor of Broccoli – a magazine for cannabis lovers – and also the deputy editor of Mushroom People, a magazine for mushroom hunters! She's the co-founder of Neuro Fuzzy Press, and indie press that publishes zines with work from emerging artists. And now we have Mildew, the Secondhand Fashion Magazine – available now for pre-order! I'm so proud to say I'm a contributing writer for this first issue, and I can't wait for you to hear all about the piece + plus the other incredible sounding features that will be in this first issue. So, let's dive right in! Tour Dates: October 19th: LIVE Pre-Loved Podcast in New York at Awoke Vintage All the Episode Links: @mildewmag Mildewmag.com: PRE-ORDER Mildew NOW! @broccoli_mag Broccoli Magazine Kinfolk Sister Rosetta Tharpe - on YouTube Pre-Loved Podcast with Buffalo Exchange Pre-Loved Podcast with Crossroads Trading first employee, Melissa Pre-Loved Podcast with Alex of Fashion Revolution Guatemala @pinkployd @shop_69_tearz Pre-Loved Podcast with Berriez Selena's Shop Bazar Reto @rubyrouxbijou * JOIN THE PATREON COMMUNITY and get the Pre-Loved Podcast News Flash: https://www.patreon.com/prelovedpod A special thanks goes out to my Patron Insiders: Patty Weber Beverley Docherty of Wolfe Pack Vintage Danny of Galaxy Live Kathy Brand Lucero Buendia Steven Vogel Mary-Elizabeth Land Tricia Zelazny Leslie V. Lisa of Queenie & Pearl Pre-Loved Podcast is created by Emily Stochl. Follow me on Instagram, Twitter, and my blog.
Jared, Oriana and Ned talk about Ned's choice of topic: cartography. To say that maps help define Middle-earth is to understate; besides the famous map featured in The Hobbit and also given as a key visual element with the book itself, one of two Tolkien drew for it, his own many other maps of Middle-earth he created over time, finalized for publication by Christopher Tolkien both before and after his father's death, establish a visual sense of what Middle-earth ‘looks' like in a broad sense, to the point of spawning numerous atlases, charts and online explorations of that wider world. But then again, cartography in a modern sense is a very Eurocentric proposition, and even the fantasy fiction cartography that Tolkien's maps both drew on and then subsequently influenced in a massive way is very much a product of that wider influence, sometimes in very subtly skewed ways. How do maps function ‘in' Middle-earth themselves, whether as plot device, something referenced casually or even seemingly not needed at all, depending on the character? What about the historical context of the British Empire and the sense of ‘discovering' the world might have fed into Tolkien's own views about how to create his own maps and charts, as much as his own knowledge of medieval manuscripts and maps in turn? How have the various visual interpretations of Middle-earth in other media used maps in turn in their efforts and to what purpose? And how is the long shadow of Middle-earth's maps and their impact being interrogated by creative artists around the world as newer worlds are envisioned and explored? (And yes…we have some initial thoughts on a certain streaming TV series.)SHOW NOTES.Jared's doodle. We cover the Middle-earth globe for you. (When it became a globe.)Look we know, WE KNOW. For now we just recommend Gita Jackson's piece “Whose Fantasy Is This?” Fuck racists and then some.Ned's Twitter threads on the time compression problem in the series with specific regard to Númenor.Jared's Patreon piece on the show a few episodes in.Cartography! It's got a history.The Tolkien Estate's map section on its website.The Tolkien Society's closer look at the annotations that Tolkien wrote for Pauline Baynes regarding her poster map.Jonathan Crowe's two excellent pieces for Tor: “Celebrating Christopher Tolkien's Cartographic Legacy” and “Where Do Fantasy Maps Come From?”Barbara Strachey's Journeys of Frodo and Karen Wynn Fonstad's The Atlas of Middle-earth both remain enjoyable reads, Fonstad's volume being especially key.Crowe's Tolkien entries on his own blog, The Map Room.Stentor Danielson's articles on cartography at the Journal of Tolkien Studies.Sally Bushell's “Mapping Worlds: Tolkien's Cartographic Imagination” from her book Reading and Mapping Fiction (you'll likely need library or academic access to read it directly).Nicholas Tam's “Here Be Cartographers: Reading the Fantasy Map.”The British Library's “What Is a Fantasy Map?”A 1999 New York Times piece summarizing the increasing study and work being done throughout the decade working against the Eurocentric cartographic approach.A 2019 undergrad paper by Luke Maxwell on imperialism and Eurocentrism in fantasy cartography.The 2021 Dream Foundry panel discussion, “Fantasy Maps and Worldbuilding from a Non-Eurocentric Perspective,” archived on YouTube.Our episode on the Red Book of Westmarch, a putative source of the Lord of the Rings maps.There are indeed many online Middle-earth maps and atlases – including as mentioned the Minecraft Middle-earth. Other examples include LOTRProject's Interactive Map of Middle-earth and Arda Maps.On a psychogeographical tip, Nowhere and Back Again might be of esoteric interest.Support By-The-Bywater and its network, Megaphonic, on Patreon. Thanks!
Happy birthday, Mr. Bond. Yes, this October sees 007 turn 0060 with the 60th anniversary of Dr No, the film that brought Ian Fleming's James Bond to the big screen for the first time. The celebrations begin this weekend with a series of Bond At 60 events at the BFI Southbank and BFI Imax, then a The Sound Of Bond concert at the Royal Albert Hall on Tuesday October 4, headlined by Dame Shirley Bassey, and the debut of Mat Whitecross' documentary, The Sound Of Bond, on Prime Video on October 5. Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson are the producers who have overseen not one, but two, key reboots of the character, through the Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig eras, firmly keeping alive the traditions established by their father, Albert R. 'Cubby' Broccoli. They've been around since the franchise began — Michael cameoed briefly in Goldfinger in 1964, while a very young Barbara toured the world with her father as the movies became a cultural phenomenon in the Sixties — and in this special interview with Empire's Chris Hewitt, the two talk about their relationship with Bond, the movies and actors, through the decades, culminating in the major decision they made with the most recent movie, No Time To Die. Enjoy.
Today, we will be inspired by Floral Designer, Nicky Andrag. Magnolia Journal kindly introduced us to her and her kernels of wisdom around intentionally taking in the world around us so that we may be amazed by the beauty that surrounds us. While this is normally a way of life Katie and I commit to, we paid special attention to the notion this week, and we will share our experiences, as well as ways to express this practice creatively. We send September off with a bang, not missing the chance to marinate in the splendor of apple season before we make the obvious pivot to pumpkins in a week's time by educating ourselves on apple varieties and baking up Oat Streusel Apple Muffins from Southern Living Magazine.In the words of Oprah, we will share our Favorite Things list, or if you're a Martha follower, Good Things, for the month, all curated from the plethora of suggestions in all of our September magazines. We will call out the items that caught our eyes and may have made it into our online shopping carts. As always, we will answer the question, What's for Dinner? And in answering the question, we will indeed expose our midwestern roots with our enthusiastic pick of a Chicken and Broccoli casserole from Southern Living magazine. Grab your tea. Get under that knitted blanket. Throw open the windows for a cool breeze.This is the Page Living Podcast. And YOU are welcome here.
This week the hosts look at new research surrounding the potential cardiovascular benefits of consuming coffee and walnuts, and they discuss why doctors are rethinking treatments for type 2 diabetes. Plus, they share a tasty recipe for sesame tofu with broccoli.
K9 recounts the best broccoli she ever had. Plus, we made trendy foods (not broccoli related, sorry) and talk about the experience. Pancake cereal, cloud eggs, ramen burgers.. 50/50 yum! Plus, Strider has new fashion Barbies from Target and we need help naming them. Welcome back to Broccoli Condo, where we catch up with the Trends wayyyy too late. We talk about upcoming concerts, and we're back with Song of the Week!
This week, Juliet and Jacoby discuss an American man fined in Rome for eating gelato on the steps of a fountain, explain why the Royal Parks Service has asked mourners not to leave marmalade sandwiches outside, and determine whether Jacoby deserves credit for the creation of Just Iced Tea. For this week's taste test, they try broccoli that The New York Times claims has a cult following, and close the show by sharing their Personal Food News and a Listener Food News. Do you have Personal Food News? We want to hear from you! Email ListenerFoodNews@Gmail.com for a chance to have your news shared on the show. Hosts: Juliet Litman and David Jacoby Producers: Mike Wargon and Ronak Nair Musical Elements: Devon Renaldo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This afternoon Elis and John returned to the airwaves of BBC 5 Live and proved once more that there is no form of broadcasting that they can't turn their hand to. Agonisingly conscious of the sage ‘tone' advice from Adrian Chiles ringing in their ears they repaid 5 Live's trust with some top level radio (and even threw in the odd anecdote for good measure). Elis shares that his house is falling apart, John tells the guys about his current eating routine, our Unsung Hero critiques Producer Dave's jingle writing skills and a listener ruins a rug.
Episode 137: Ali SlagleThis week's episode is a fun one — our first live event since pre-pandemic! Ali Slagle joined me in front of a live audience at Omnivore Books in San Francisco recently. A Los Angeles native and UC-Berkeley grad, Ali started her career at Ten Speed Press, where she worked on several cookbooks as an editorial assistant. She joined the Food52 team after working on their Genius Recipes cookbooks (featured here in our 2018 chat with Kristen Miglore!) and later went solo with a freelance career.A prolific contributor to the New York Times Food section, in which she's published over 250 recipes, Ali's work has also been featured in Bon Appetit, the Washington Post, Saveur, and more. Ali's first cookbook, I Dream of Dinner… (So You Don't Have To), offers 150+ recipes for getting quick, crave-able meals on the table every day. From her mom's chilli recipe to bacon-jalapeno smashburgers, Ali's recipes come to her via a “dinner matrix” process that we discuss in the show. We've got a great chat with Ali to share — and of course, we put her to the test with our signature culinary game, with a wild secret ingredient.I hope you enjoy my conversation with Ali. Featured Recipes & Bonus Content This WeekRECIPES!!!This week, paid subscribers will receive two featured recipes from Ali Slagle's I Dream of Dinner: a Spicy Seared Tofu & Broccoli and the cover-star, Turmeric Shrimp with Citrus and Avocado.THE FRIDAY NOTE!!!This Friday, Salt + Spine producer Clea Wurster is back with The Friday Note, in which she chats with someone interesting. This week, it's a look at Toothache Magazine and a chat with creator Nick Muncy. Consider a paid subscription today:Salt + Spine is supported by listeners like you. To get full access to our exclusive content and featured recipes, and support our work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber.This Week's New Cookbook ReleasesHere are a few of the new cookbooks on shelves this week:Mezcla: Recipes to Excite by Ixta BelfrageMasa: Techniques, Recipes, and Reflections on a Timeless Staple by Jorge GaviriaThe Mediterranean Dish: 120 Bold and Healthy Recipes You'll Make on Repeat by Suzy KaradshehThe Vegan Chinese Kitchen: Recipes and Modern Stories from a Thousand-Year-Old Tradition by Hannah CheBras, the Tastes of Aubrac: Recipes and Stories from the World-Renowned French Restaurant by Sébastien BrasDine in Palestine: An Authentic Taste of Palestine in 60 Recipes from My Family to Your Table by Heifa OdehHoney Cake & Latkes: Recipes from the Old World by the Auschwitz-Birkenau Survivors from the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial FoundationThe Complete Cocktail Manual: Recipes and Tricks of the Trade for Modern Mixologists by Lou BustamantePierogi: Over 50 Recipes to Create Perfect Polish Dumplings by Zuza ZakDictator Lunches: Inspired Meals That Will Compel Even the Toughest of (Tyrants) Children by Jenny MollenComing Soon!Don't miss our next live podcast recording! Food52's Kristen Miglore joins us on Oct. 1 at Ominvore Books in San Francsico to discuss her latest book, Simply Genius. Come hear Kristen and Brian record an episode of the show, get your book signed, and support local bookstores. Details below—hope to see you there! Get full access to Salt + Spine at saltandspine.substack.com/subscribe
In this episode of the Digital Business Evolution Podcast, we get to listen in on a value packed live that Jess recorded in her free exclusive facebook community for coaches and entrepreneurs. The information given during this live was too good to not share with the rest of the world as Jess talks about repurposing content across all social media platforms. Jess has gone through trials and errors, learning how and where to repurpose content and now we get to take in her years of experience. The intention of this training is to show you how you can be more present across the social media landscape without having to do more work. Learn about why all value has content, learn how each platform works in putting out content while keeping in mind your audience on each platform and much more. As always, cheers to your evolution! Key Takeaways:. Your content might be educational one day, funny the next, or thought provoking right after. So let's stop putting pressure on ourselves thinking all our content has to be educational. Social media platforms require different styles of content because we the people have told each platform how we like to consume. Repurposing content is taking your content, taking your concept, your message and putting it in front of the consumer in the way that that platform desires to consume. Be mindful of your audience because they might follow you on multiple platforms and you don't want to lose them by posting the same things, the same way across all social media platforms. Episode Quotes “All content has value. Broccoli is nutritious, it has vitamins, minerals, fiber, and cookies are delicious and are a comfort food; both have value, we need different things at different times for different reasons. .” –Jessica DeRose “ When we get pissed off, remember we are the ones who decided we like reels so it's our fault; the consumers. These platforms are based on how we act, based on what we consume, and tell the world what we want more of.” –Jessica DeRose Episode Resources Join the FREE 3 Day Live Experience with Jess to get the framework her clients have used to create 12 million in revenue: https://www.jessglazer.com/dbelive2022 Connect with Jess Instagram: @iamjessicaderose TikTok: @iamjessicaderose
NO ONE IS BINGE EATING ON BROCCOLI! I have never met one person or client who is binge eating on broccoli. Why is that??...listen in for more. If you are having a craving and it turns into overeating which leads to you berating yourself and feeling guilty the solution can be found by figuring out why you are doing what you are doing. I am going to teach this to you in the masterclass. Come on over and let's find out how to help you navigate your cravings. Register here: https://www.nicolesimonin.com/cravings Ready to lose weight for the last time? Book your call to get started here: https://www.nicolesimonin.com/call psss... If you can't make the masterclass on Tuesday go to my Instagram https://www.instagram.com/nicolesimonincoaching/ hit the follow button and then message (DM) me that you can't make it Tuesday and I will send you the alternate date ;-)
In this episode we talk about all the different ways you can use Ginger essential oil. This oil is extremely versatile! This is a good essential oil to cook with (everything from Gingerbread to Beef & Broccoli). This oil is also amazing for gut health! You can take this Gut Health quiz to learn more - https://www.balanceredeemed.com/gut-health-quiz From an emotional standpoint this is the "Oil of empowerment". Also, listen into the historical uses for this oil. This oil is also great for joint pain, check out the roller ball recipe below that was also mentioned in this episode. Throbbing Joint Blend 12 drops Ginger oil 10 drops Peppermint oil 8 drops Eucalyptus oil Fractionated coconut oil. Combine it all into a 10ml roller bottle. This blend will calm and soothe joint pain! This blend came from the Advanced Oil Magic book, Series 4, pg. 85. This is one of our favorite essential oil resources! To check out all of our favorite essential oil resources, check out episode 37 of the podcast. Also, check out our favorite spot to shop for essential oil resources and supplies at Oil Life (https://bit.ly/3m4kLLv ) and use coupon code BPP to get $5 off when you spend $25 or more! Price of doTERRA Ginger oil- $48 Wholesale/$64 Retail Price of doTERRA Ginger drops- $12.50 Wholesale/$16.67 Retail Don't forget to register for one of our upcoming free classes that are scheduled for the 3rd Thursday of every month (except Sept) at www.bottlepoppinpodcast.com For more information, check out our website at www.bottlepoppinpodcast.com
Have you ever spoken with a spy? How do you use critical thinking to cut past the noise of mass media and propaganda? In today's interview, Ben, Matt and Noel welcome special guest Jordan Harbinger to discuss his incredible adventures in North Korea, his deep-dive conversations with everyone from celebrities to spies and defectors, as well as his approach to critical thinking -- and much, much more. They don't want you to read our book. They don't want you to see us on tour.They don't want you to read our book.: https://static.macmillan.com/static/fib/stuff-you-should-read/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A big collection of simple recipes from one of our faves, Deb Perelman. Does it live up to the impossible standards of weeknight cooking? Is it as “unfussy” as promised? Join us, along with our pal Kirsten Collins, to discuss what we love and don't love about this cookbook. Resources mentioned in this episode: Smitten Kitchen Recipes mentioned in this episode: Quick sausage, kale and crouton saute (page 172) Magical two-ingredient oat brittle (page 31) Perfect blueberry muffins (page 37) Grilled yogurt flatbreads (page 102) Romesco, chickpea and smashed egg bowl (page 137) Broccoli, cheddar and wild rice fritters (page 126) Spinach, mushroom and goat cheese slab frittata (page 13) Smoky sheet pan chicken with cauliflower (page 174) Crispy tofu and broccoli with sesame-peanut pesto (page 121) Cacio e pepe potatoes anna (page 145) Grilled squid with chickpeas, chiles and lemon (page 179) Party cake builder (page 257) Double coconut meltaways (page 209) Olive oil shortbread with rosemary and chocolate chunks (page 210) Wintry apple bake with double ginger crumble (page 221) Granola biscotti (page 5) Carrot salad with tahini, crisped chickpeas and salted pistachios (page 68) Meatballs marsala with egg noodles and chives (page 183) Join our Cookbook Club! Our Instagram, @cookbookclubshow E-mail us: firstname.lastname@example.org Find Renee and Sara on Instagram: @hipchickdigs and @realtor_saragray Cook along with us! Next cookbook episode (releasing 10/5/2022): Now and Again, by Julia Turshen
No, we don't mean you should be growing less, just think about other smaller uses to grow your own food. There is a lot more focus on the container and raised bed gardens lately. More and more people are starting to learn how to garden and become more sustainable. One of our favorite times to garden using containers and raised beds is in the fall. Container, vertical, and raised bed gardening is ideal for those with little to no in-ground garden space. Problems with soil-borne diseases, nematodes, or poor soil conditions can be easily overcome by switching to a container garden. Did you know that raised beds are one of the most popular ways to garden? Vertical gardening is also growing in popularity with people using new or existing structures in their homes. Think of the space you can save with vertical growing! Let's look at some reasons why you should be growing small in the fall! Container Gardening, Growing Small in the Fall Reason #1 you should be growing in containers: easy access! You can grow right outside your kitchen, or even inside your kitchen! Grow in spaces like balconies, patios, doorsteps, window sills, driveways, etc. It makes it easy growing small in the fall. Sizes: Important to know how large, and deep the container must be. Consider the size and shape of the plant's root system, and how rapidly it grows. Light-colored containers keep the soil cooler than dark containers. Container Drainage: Drainage holes are essential Prep: Put in desired space before filling and planting. Check the appropriate shade/sun according to plant requirements. Plain garden soil can be too dense. Fall plants great for containers: Lettuce, Herbs, All-Top Turnips, Kale, Collards, Beets, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Mustards Container Materials - Growin Small In The Fall Clay or terracotta are attractive but breakable and easily damaged by freezing and thawingCast concrete is long-lasting but can be heaving and hard to move.Plastic and fiberglass are lightweight and become brittle with cold or age. Wood: Choose a naturally rot-resistant wood. Don't use creosote (toxic to plants)Root Pouch Grow Bags: Allows the plant roots to breathe and grow but make sure you have the right size! Raised Bed Gardening One of the most popular ways to garden. Knowing the tips & tricks will help you be more successful! Location: Survey your sun exposure throughout the day. Note the number of hours of full sun, part shadeIrrigation: Plan how you are going to irrigateSoil: Don't start with bad soil, invest in your soil because the soil is what feeds the plant. Crappy soil, crappy plants. Need soil with good nutrition, good water retention, good drainageCompost 1/3 of the mix, aeration component 1/3 mix (perlite) 1/3 water retention material (peat moss, coconut coir)Mulch: Organic covering for the top of your soil that's going to help protect your soil, and help keep it nice and moist. Buffer layer to the top of the soil. (straw) be aware of wood chipsPlacement of plants: Plan ahead and think about how the plant is going to grow and its size once it matures. Will it shade out other plants? Low growers up front, bigger ones in the back.Bed Preparation: Soil testing, amend, cover crops, Mulch, tarping, don't let it stay bare.Label your plants, and document what and when you planted them. Vertical Gardening - Best way to grow small When you're limited on space, grow up! Vertical gardening is growing rapidly in popularity. People are planting wherever they can. Pots suspended on a wall, stair step structures, vertical towers, arches, fence panels, trellis, and cages. Why? Here's why: Saves spaceHarvesting is easier when uprightPlants are healthier, up out of the soil, no splash back, leaves do not stay moistBeautiful spacesFall Plants For Vertical Growing: pole beans, gourds, cucumbers, tomatoes, winter squash, peasFall Plants for Vertical Towers: Strawberries, Bush beans, herbs, lettuce
Welcome! and Thank you for listening. Is feeding kids plant based unhealthy? Is it too risky and complicated to try? The healthiest 2 year old I know has been plant based since conception. Children are growing and developing and require more attention to nutrients. We assume that if they are not underweight, they are getting all the nutrients they need. The problem with eating a vegan diet is that it is not calorie dense and children may not get the nutrients they need if they do not consume enough food. That said fiber is one of the healthiest parts of a plant based diet. It leads to a healthy gut microbiome and hence, a healthy immune system. Junk food diets tend to be high in calories, low in fiber and high in metabolic waste such as preservatives, artificial colors and tastes and toxins. We assume that if a child is growing they are healthy. That is more often than not the case. Why is broccoli so good for you? Does it loose nutrients when it is cooked? Are powders and pills just as good? We will discuss this and more. Can you walk off diabetes? If so how much do you have to walk. How should we measure our activities. Is more better? I hope you find this episode interesting. Email me at email@example.com with questions. website: doctordulaney.com https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6224870/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8777706/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4844153/ https://www.amazon.com/Plant-based-Wellness-Cookbook-Generations-Cooking/dp/1733967702/ref=sxts_sxwds-bia-wc-nc-drs1_0?cv_ct_cx=doctor+and+diva&dchild=1&keywords=doctor+and+diva&pd_rd_i=1733967702&pd_rd_r=b4b3e11f-e7c1-4a71-a571-54903174e969&pd_rd_w=jpaTr&pd_rd_wg=GNibG&pf_rd_p=8f655ecb-bc8c-4750-9088-950aa74d52dd&pf_rd_r=JMDW81JEWW3K2VMA0JND&psc=1&qid=1608320722&sr=1-1-88388c6d-14b8-4f70-90f6-05ac39e80cc0
Chris and Trevor talk about broccoli man, the return of Bryce Harper, a thrilling finish in Baltimore, Paul Goldschmidt's MVP status, where the Red Sox stand, a nice moment in the Wrigley bleachers, and more! 1:07 Broccoli guy 3:09 Bryce is back 7:43 O's walk it off 13:58 Paul Goldschmidt 20:20 Red Sox outlook 26:48 Cubs fans foul ball
Paul Rust and Michael Cassady are here, hot off their cheer in Dance Magazine and we have a lot to talk about including wholesome high school sassiness, the "mur book," Paul's sudden basement, ballet dancing, things our little kids do that we can't stand but can't admit not being able to stand, hot broccoli, anxiety dreams, revisiting fourth grade insults and more. We also did a round of Just Me Or Everyone. Products I Use/Recommend/Love: http://amazon.com/shop/alisonrosen Check us out on Patreon: http://patreon.com/alisonrosen This episode is brought to you by: UPSIDE: Download the free Upside App and use promo code "alison" to get $5 or more cash back on your first purchase of $10 or more HELLO FRESH: http://hellofresh.com/bestfriend16 (use code bestfriend16 for 16 are meals and 3 free gifts) Buy Alison's Book: Tropical Attire Encouraged (and Other Phrases That Scare Me) https://amzn.to/2JuOqcd You probably need to buy the HGFY ringtone! https://www.alisonrosen.com/store/